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Read these brilliant books and you'll be set for the new series of book club banter with Sara Cox and guests
Dichotomy aims to help players understand what it’s like to live with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
An audiovisual poetry film showing the creative scope of Sign Language Poetry
Two deaf women separated by lockdown unite through sign language in poetic projection
Pamela Hutchinson sings the praises of film's faithful sisters, from Black Narcissus to Sister Act and beyond
Grace Barber-Plentie’s body-positive celebration of how being fat and female on film has evolved
Select performances and interviews, presented by Brenda Emmanus on Monday 10 May.
Boy Blue bring one section of Blak Whyte Gray, the company's Olivier-Award nominated work.
Daring and uninhibited dance, a sensual and disturbing ode to intimacy and imagination.
Hope Hunt shatters facades, dismantles stereotypes and finds beauty on the periphery.
Explore over 90 events including Guest Director Lemn Sissay's new work on family
The remarkable life of Sarah Forbes Bonetta and her inspiration on contemporary artists
Janina Ramirez presents a collection of intriguing short films by emerging female directors and storytellers
Chizzy Akudolu presents a new collection of dramatic short films from BBC Introducing Arts
What makes a great video games character? Elle Osili-Wood explores the history from Pac-Man to Lara Croft and beyond
Elle Osili-Wood asks, what makes a black video game character feel truly authentic?
The Oscar-nominated actress gives a singing masterclass with the help of RADA student Daniel Bowerbank
If you're feeling inspired by the return of The Great British Sewing Bee, here's some advice on getting started
Stories about what makes us who we are and how we define ourselves and others
Stories delving into affairs of the heart and the bedroom, including Forever and Riders
Novels tackling the struggle to live in alternative universes or imagined futures
Stories examing how others live and how we live together, inlcuding Cannery Row and Our Mutual Friend
The exceptional musicians compete for the coveted title in the long-awaited grand final of BBC Young Musician 2020
In the workshop this week the jewellers compete to design a bold bib necklace for drag queen Amrou
Musican Martin Green explores the unlikely connections between Morris dancers and ravers
In a Front Row extended interview the singer celebrates turning 80 and the release of a new album